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Entries from September 4th, 2007

Confronting Creationism

A Short Guide to Debunking Common Creationist Claims

September 4th, 2007 · Written by · 1 Comment

Creation

Religious fundamentalists who still espouse belief in a geocentric Universe are now met with ridicule and scorn; not due to discrimination but a lack of evidence for their cause. Unfortunately, the same can not be said about the 40-50% of Americans who, despite a near unanimous consensus among scientists, refuse to accept the theory of evolution. Ever since Darwin published The Origin of the Species in 1859, the idea of common descent has been hard for many religious individuals to swallow. The refusal to accept anything as truth that contradicts the Biblical account of creation has resulted in a massive war of misinformation waged by anti-evolutionists in our courts, schools, and places of worship.[…]

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A Toast to Modern Beauty

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · 1 Comment

A Toast

Lies, Deceit, Shame in defeat
Trading lives for moments of glory
One by one the morals diminish
Eating themselves alive
Intimidated by the impending doom.
The human race is left with
Only pieces of its broken word and
The horrors that penetrated the useless defenses
Because nobody was valiant enough to
Believe in the darkness, in the cold [...]

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Minus the Bear

Planet of Ice

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Planet of Ice

Lost amongst the throngs of bands bubbling out of the greater Seattle area, MtB has consistently put out some of indie rock’s best records. Beautifully interlacing the indie songwriting spirit with subtle electronics, MtB has crafted a sound of their own amid a plethora of sound-a-likes. Despite the [...]

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Aesop Rock

None Shall Pass

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · 1 Comment

None Shall Pass

Since 2001’s Labor Days, Long Island born and raised Ian Matthias Bavitz – under the AR moniker – exploded onto the underground hip-hop scene armed with razor-sharp, socially conscious prose. When you’re unofficially crowned the indie king of an entire genre, odds are [...]

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Gallows

Orchestra of Wolves

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Gallows

At a mere 5’5 and a buck fifteen, red-headed frontman Frank Carter hardly looks like a formidable foe; however, Carter is currently standing tallest amongst the recent batch of this summer’s buzz bands. From the streets of Watford, England, Carter, with his younger brother and bandmates, have dropped one of the best hardcore albums of the year [...]

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